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Aminadav A. Dykman - Epigrams – Whichever Way

Aminadav A. Dykman
Epigrams – Whichever Way

An extraordinary book combining translations of classical Greek epigrams with new poems, inspired by those epigrams, written by the translator Aminadav A. Dykman...  » more

ISBN: 978-965-560-024-7

Chanoch Farber - Sweet Book

Chanoch Farber
Sweet Book

From chocolate to cakes, from tarts and fruit to sweets - a varied collection of easy to prepare mouth watering recipes, a joy to the palate and the soul. Clear and simple recipes for everyone. Recipes that can be played around with and adapted.  » more

ISBN: 965-511-375-2

Chanoch Farber - Bar-B-Q Indoors and Outdoors: Easy Recipes

Chanoch Farber
Bar-B-Q Indoors and Outdoors: Easy Recipes

Simple and mouth watering recipes for bar-b-q, indoors and out, with great ideas for marinades and extras, by one of Israel's best known chefs. Beautifully illustrated.  » more

ISBN: 965-7120-24-1

Alona Frankel - A Woman

Alona Frankel
A Woman

As a child in Poland during the Second World War, and a strange newcomer to Tel Aviv in the 1950's, Alona Frankel learned to thoroughly examine the world around her, to notice every detail, the terrifyingly cruel one as well as the crazily funny. In "A Woman", the third installment in her autobiographical novels...  » more

ISBN: 978-965-13-2232-7

Alona Frankel - Teen Years

Alona Frankel
Teen Years

The novel Teen Years starts from the point Alona Frankel's first novel, A Girl, left off. The heroine arrives with her family from Poland to Israel on the last day of 1949, at the age of 12, and discovers a new world, no less strange, ridiculous or complicated than the world she left behind.  » more

ISBN: 978-965-13-2121-4

Alona Frankel - A Girl

Alona Frankel
A Girl

Alona Frankel, who grew up in Poland during the Second World War, revisits in her first autobiographical novel her difficult childood memories, and does so from the special point of view of the heroine: the young girl who was forced to hide so many times until she became invisible, and continues to hide until today in the woman she grew into  » more

ISBN: 978-965-13-2302-7

Tamar Gelbetz - You're Doing Fine

Tamar Gelbetz
You're Doing Fine

She is doing fine. Or maybe not. She has a husband, a daughter, a job, a cancer that recently hit her and still lurks every six months during the CT test, and a psychologist who tries to help her make her way through the endless anxieties that surround her life.  » more

ISBN: 965-7120-37-3

Tamar Gelbetz - Folded

Tamar Gelbetz

This is a simple story, the usual. A man leaves his wife, his daughter, his home. Twenty years spent together, and he announces he is leaving. He is not happy with her, indeed very unhappy. She tries to stop him, begging him to stay. She cries and pleads. But to no avail.  » more

ISBN: 965-7120-83-7

Tamar Gelbetz - The Dead and the Very Much Alive

Tamar Gelbetz
The Dead and the Very Much Alive

Her father died a long time ago. Her mother is dying. And she is next. As simple as that. Tamar Gelbetz' third novel deals with large existential issues: sex, life, passion and fear of dying...  » more

ISBN: 978-965-13-2301-0

Alon Hilu - Death of a Monk

Alon Hilu
Death of a Monk

The year is 1840 and the location Damascus, a vivid and sensual city and yet full of hatred and fear. Following an intimate meeting between the Italian monk Tomasso and Aslan Farhi, a young Jew of a rich merchant family, the Jewish community is accused of murdering the monk in order to use his blood for the Passover rite.  » more

ISBN: 965-7120-33-0

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Yonni and Danni are identical twins who were separated soon after birth, until an accidental encounter brings them together again. Eran Bar-Gil weaves a deep and enthralling novel, breathtaking and sober, written musically and touching on some of the most basic human issues - loneliness, what lies beyond it, and the ancient dream of finding one's own image reflected in another person, in music, in art, in love. » more